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Cover for 76 Years After D-Day, History Shows that the USA Is as Flawed A Beacon of Democracy as the USSR was a Flawed Beacon for Socialism: It Needn't End the Same
Economy

76 Years After D-Day, History Shows that the USA Is as Flawed A Beacon of Democracy as the USSR was a Flawed Beacon for Socialism: It Needn't End the Same

Democracy has not been fully implemented in the USA, just like socialism was not correctly implemented in the USSR. Can protests after police killing of Geor...

Cover for Materialism Underpins the Social Chasm that democrats* (small 'd') Are Protesting Against in the US and Around the World
Economy

Materialism Underpins the Social Chasm that democrats* (small 'd') Are Protesting Against in the US and Around the World

Materialism deprives lives of purpose and robs us of our sense of community. The unrestrained pursuit of wealth and freedom above all else leads to division ...

Cover for The Gilded Recovery? Making Sense of the Quick Recovery of the US Stock Market
Economy

The Gilded Recovery? Making Sense of the Quick Recovery of the US Stock Market

The US stock market recovered thanks to aggressive fiscal policies and loose monetary policies combined with a lack of opportunity elsewhere. In the mid-term...

Cover for Why True Innovation Is Rare and Unevenly Distributed, and What We Can Do About It
Economy

Why True Innovation Is Rare and Unevenly Distributed, and What We Can Do About It

True innovation remains a rare feat, and innovation is unevenly distributed and heavily skewed towards some economies. Dr Jiulin Teng points to five explanat...

Cover for The Death of a Paradigm: The Human, Economic, and Long-Term Social Costs of Coronavirus
Economy

The Death of a Paradigm: The Human, Economic, and Long-Term Social Costs of Coronavirus

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to aggravate, the mid- to long-term economic and social costs will be tremendous. Dramatic changes in the economic and soc...